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Regulators cut $60M from Minnesota utility customers' bills for 2021 storm

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Minnesota utility regulators Thursday faulted the state's gas providers for their response to a February 2021 storm. The decision still means about $600 million of wholesale gas costs can be passed onto consumers. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he will keep reinforcements in Minneapolis indefinitely to help the city's depleted police department curb violent crime.
2 months ago·Minneapolis, United States

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Minnesota regulators cut $60m from storm response costs

Minnesota regulators have blocked the state's natural gas providers from passing along $60 million in costs they incurred responding to a 2021 storm to ratepayers. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports

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Public Utilities Commission cut $60 million from storm response costs

Minnesota regulators have blocked the state's natural gas providers from passing along $60 million in costs they incurred responding to a 2021 storm to ratepayers.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Minnesota regulators cut $60m from storm response costs

Minnesota regulators have blocked the state's natural gas providers from passing along $60 million in costs they incurred responding to a 2021 storm to ratepayers.

2 months ago·Minneapolis, United States
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Minnesota regulators cut $60m from storm response costs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota regulators have blocked the state’s natural gas...

2 months ago·Houston, United States
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Regulators cut $60M from Minnesota utility customers' bills for 2021 storm

Severe cold weather across the southern U.S. in February 2021 sent energy prices soaring across the U.S. due to gas supply disruptions and a spike in demand. While the weather had a particularly severe effect on Texas’ power grid, customers in Minnesota ended up seeing significant increases in…

2 months ago·Cherokee County, United States
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